Tested wine: F’OZ Vinho Regional de Alentejo, year 2012, price PLN 16.99 per bottle (0,75), purchased on January 02, 2014 in Biedronka – Prostki Poland (red dry, grape varieties: tempranillo (called aragonez in Portugal), trincadeira, castelão). Producer: João Portugal Ramos – Portugal.
Our test says about this bottle of wine (repeatability on a few bottles not tested): F’OZ Vinho Regional de Alentejo, year 2012, price PLN 16.99 per bottle (0,75): rating: 4* excellent, 99 PPFPP. The next Portuguese wine almost outstanding. I – highly – recommend it.
On the Epiphany Day a hot girl came just from Portugal, hearty, a little bit stocky, grown over the Tagus, where winds and suns are full of life and love. Such wines are to be tested on site, in Alentejo, here, in our climate, there is only a shadow of life, without sun nor wind coming from the ocean. All its taste matches the description on the bottle, so, as Mr Ramos wanted: a nose of plum, a little bit smoked, sweetness and bitterness, lightweight, non-invasive acidity, body strong exactly as girls on the hills with breasts exposed to the sun, I cannot feel stars, but the sun in my veins entering and warming on its road to heaven. This wine still wants more and interferes with the finiteness of life, convincing my taste and leaving sadly.
The rating according to ” PPFPP „: 0 * – wine defective, not suitable for drinking, we do not recommend it (50-79 PPFPP), 1 * – so-so (80-85 PPFPP), 2 * – good (86-89 PPFPP), 3 * – very good (90-95 PPFPP), 4 * – excellent (96-99 PPFPP), 5 * – outstanding (100 PPFPP).